SEAL Team Gets a Full Season at CBS

David Boreanez and his new TV team are going to be suiting up for a few more episodes.

CBS announced Wednesday that it's giving a full season order to SEAL Team, the military drama starring Boreanaz as Jason Hayes, the head of a Tier 1 operator military team. The series follows Jason and the brave men and women he fights with into the deadliest missions on the planet and then tracks how they deal with maintaining their regular lives once they're back home.

Fall TV Popularity Contest: Did SEAL Team Rescue Your Vote?

SEAL Team has clocked in as the No. 1 show on Wednesday nights in total viewers. It averages 12 million viewers and 2.0 rating in the key 18-49 demo when looking at the Live +3 day ratings shift. The ratings jump to a 2.3 when looking at the 25-54 demo.

The drama is the third new fall show to score a full-season order. ABC gave the thumbs up to freshman medical fare The Good Doctorlast week, and CBS rewarded Young Sheldon after a monster premiere.

SEAL Team airs Wednesdays at 9/8c on CBS.

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This article originally appears on TV Guide.com.

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Oct 13, 2017
I think SEAL Team is good, but it can be better. The episodes I have seen so far basically are the same. Petty Officer Hays (David Boreanez's character.) leads his team on a mission. The mission turns out to be more complicated than anticipated. Despite tougher odds the team accomplishes their mission. Being a SEAL causes serious trouble in the team members' personal lives and had lead to separation and/or divorce. The writers of this series need to start doing new things and not just repeat the same basic story or ideas. Now that CBS has ordered a full season, maybe the writers will do just that.
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Oct 13, 2017
I am enjoying SEAL Team!
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Oct 13, 2017
Sigh I hate when dry, dreadful shows get to go on forever and good shows get cancelled after a season
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